HEALING & SUPPORT
Resources for Soldiers & Families
Resources by Era Served
This organization is dedicated to the troops and veterans of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, and the civilian supporters of those troops and veterans.
This nationwide, nonprofit organization provides free mental health services to U.S. military personnel and families affected by the current conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan.
This group of licensed mental health professionals offers free psychological treatment to military service members (active duty, National Guard, Reserves and veterans) who have served or who expect to serve in OEF and/or OIF and also to members of their families and other loved ones.
Department provides news, official texts, reports and fact sheets, and links to additional resources.
Department provides news and information about the ongoing effort in Afghanistan.
This membership group provides information, support and referrals for those concerned with the complexities of Persian Gulf War issues, especially those relating to Gulf War illnesses and soldiers held prisoner or missing in action.
VVA promotes and supports the full range of issues important to Vietnam Veterans.
The Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall page honors those who died in the Vietnam War and provides a place for healing.
The Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund continues its mission to honor, educate and heal by building the Education Center at The Wall, where the stories and sacrifices of our heroes will never be forgotten.
This gallery contains pictures, stories and information on memorials to Vietnam Veterans in the United States and elsewhere.
The website to commemorate the 60th Anniversary of the Korean War Armistice by honoring the service and sacrifice of veterans of “The Forgotten War” and educating the American people about its significance.
The museum, located in Tuscola, Illinois, honors Korean War Veterans and is the first museum to be devoted exclusively to the Korean War.
This organization is devoted to addressing the needs of Korean War veterans. The site Includes information about memorials around the nation and offers an online chat room.
This site, created and maintained by World War II veterans, invites visitors to participate in forums, share and trade collectables or submit stories.
Provides links to World War I resources throughout the Library of Congress website, as well as to external sources and a bibliography containing selections for both general and younger readers.
Contains articles about the Great War and links to a variety of historical documents, library collections and other resources.